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Site Usage Summary for Largest File uploaded

  Asked By: Harshad    Date: Jan 01    Category: MOSS    Views: 1310

We have been hosting MOSS server for 8 months and got request to modify the file upload limit from 50 to 100 then now 150MB. As we will be able to allow such changes, we would like to monitor how many files are uploaded more than 50MB.

With that, please advise if there's such report in MOSS to generate all files from site to sub-sites having more than 50MB.

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Answer #1    Answered By: Jaya Deoghar     Answered On: Jan 01

As far as I know, usage  reporting can’t monitor the size of the upload  files. However, you can monitor it by enabling Bytes Received (cs-bytes) extended properties in IIS logging.

For more information about how to configure Web site  logging in Windows Server 2003, please refer to the following article:

How to configure Web site logging in Windows Server 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324279/en-us

Then you can use SQL Server or Log Parser tools to Analyze Web Logs.

For more information about how to do that, please refer to the following articles:

How To Use SQL Server to Analyze Web Logs
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/296085/en-us

W3C IIS Log Analysis using Log Parser
blogs.technet.com/.../...sis-using-log-parser.aspx

 
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